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procrastinates|procrastinated|procrastinatingprəʊ'kræstɪneɪt verb +postpone doing what one should be doing +postpone or delay needlessly
1 temporize, act evasively, play for time, dally, delay, stall; postpone, defer, put off or aside, shelve, US table:
I wish he would stop procrastinating and say what he plans to do.
2 hesitate, pause, waver, vacillate, be undecided, equivocate, tergiversate, shilly-shally:
Helen procrastinates every time she is faced with making a decision.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb [V] (formal, disapproving) to delay doing sth that you should do, usually because you do not want to do it: People were dying of starvation while governments procrastinated. procrastination noun [U]
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